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Richard Paul, Producer
Moira Rankin, Editor
Roger D. Launius, Ph.D., advisor
Dr. Andrew Dunar, Ph.D., advisor
Margaret A. Weitekamp, Ph.D., advisor
Robert W Smith, Ph.D., advisor
Howard McCurdy, Ph.D., advisor
Lenny Williams, Music
James Baumgartner, Recording engineer
Charles Bornstein, Recording engineer
Richard Chin Quee, Recording engineer
Bruce Doerle, Recording engineer
Mac Dula, Recording engineer
Eric French, Recording engineer
Erik Jones, Recording engineer
Alan Melson, Recording engineer
Bart Rankin, Recording engineer
Scott Smith, Recording engineer
Steve Martin, program marketing

Dona Grubbs, bookkeeping




Bully! Entertainment, Experience Design and 3D Animation
Swim Design, Website Development and Interactive Design
Maria O'Meara, content acquisition
Jane A. Martin, photo acquisition
Michael Joseph, video editing
Robert Russel, Ph.D., analysis

Mark Hess
Dewayne Washington




Mark Baugh (George Caruthers)
Is a senior Aerospace Engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. He has managed the successful development of several multi-million dollar communications subsystems for multiple spacecraft for various earth and space science missions. He has created initial designs for more than 40 other missions.

Mark Branch (Present Day entrance)
Is an Aerospace Engineer leading the Electromagnetic Test Engineering Group at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Overseeing a team of technicians and engineers they ensure spacecraft subsystems can withstand the electromagnetic environment of space. His works has included support of the space shuttle program, instruments for the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Tonya Crytser (Peggy Yohner)
Is a Resource Analyst at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Her current assignment is in support of the building and deploying of the next generation of NASA telescope known as the James Webb Space Telescope. She provides financial management support for all aspects of budgeting and accounting with the Flights Program and Projects Directorate at Goddard.

Kevin Fisher (1960 entrance)
Is a Software Systems Engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. He shares the responsibility of overseeing the development of the ground communications network for GOES-R, the first of a new line of weather satellites. He is also involved in the agency’s efforts to find, develop, and inspire the next generation of NASA scientists, engineers and professionals.

Jean Grady (Misson Control)
Is an Aerospace Engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She is currently the Project Manager for the International X-ray Observatory, a facility-class mission under study by NASA, the European Space Agency and the Japanese. An aerospace engineer for more than 30 years, she has worked a variety of missions.

Joanna Hagerty (Nancy Grace Roman)
Provides project support for the New Opportunities Office at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Their work is responsible for proposing new projects and missions for Goddard. She is a University of Maryland graduate and in her spare time likes to organize cultural events in the Washington, D.C. area.

Maurice Henderson (Frank Crossley)
Is Manager of the outreach efforts for the Sciences and Exploration Directorate at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. He is responsible for creating materials and content explaining the exciting science work underway at the center. Results of the Hubble Space Telescope have also been presented in museum exhibits throughout the country because of his efforts.

Teresa Hewitt (Extra present day entrance)
Is a Liaison Specialist responsible for connecting with the many organizations onboard NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She coordinates all services and activities to produce products to communicate to internal and external audiences. It is her responsibility to monitor and evaluate customer satisfaction of service delivery, efforts and effectiveness.

Noble Jones (Clyde Foster and extra present day entrance)
Is an Aerospace Engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. His most current work includes engineering support to the Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA’s latest spacecraft designed to study the sun. While completing a Masters of Science Degree in engineering, he played semi-pro football and worked full time for NASA. He was selected to be interviewed for the most recent astronaut candidate class.

Helen-Nicole Kostis (Canteen Woman)
Is a Science Visualizer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She develops visualization media such as animations, stereoscopic movies, still images for education and public outreach. She collaborates with scientists in the Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) to promote a greater understanding of NASA’s Earth and Space science research.

Maggie Masetti (Carolyn Huntoon)
Is a Web Developer and works to display Earth and space science results at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Her work includes contributions to the education and outreach efforts such as the ‘Echo the Bat’ and ‘Amelia the Pigeon’ projects. She currently provides content to the James Webb Space Telescope website and to the Astrophysics Science Division’s Blueshift podcast.

Lauren Mullinix (Jerrie Cobb)
Is a Stay-In-School student at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She works within the Office of Education providing direct support to many of the interns accepted at Goddard for a summer or year long term. Along with administrative support, she assists students in their adjustment to their assignments. “We work tirelessly throughout the year to support every student ensuring their experience here is an unforgettable one.”

Terri Randall (Present day entrance)
Is a Project Manager within the Management Operations Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She has developed and currently manages a customer service program designed for the more than 125 service areas within Goddard. Those areas include facilities, safety, security, and logistics. Her efforts have led to increased system efficiencies in support of the many research and development missions at Goddard.

Ramsey Smith (Morgan Watson)
Is a Space Scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. His duties include monitoring the atmosphere of solar planets, mainly Mars and Jupiter. “In my work, we continually push the envelope of knowledge for science. This can be trailblazing work for others to follow.”

Elizabeth Taggart (Extra present day entrance)
Is a Customer Service Specialist within the Goddard Customer Service Office. This department is responsible for developing images, graphics and video products explaining the exciting science being accomplished at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. “I enjoyed this past several years of serving our customers needs.”

Jonathan Verville (Exterior Past)
Is a Communication Systems Engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. He is the Deputy Communication Systems Lead for the Magnetosphere MultiScale (MMS) spacecraft. He designed and installed a communications relay upgrade in Antarctica which is responsible for returning critical science data from the South Pole. He is the chief architect of a NASA wiki that preserves cross-disciplinary engineering knowledge.

Dewayne Washington
As a Public Affairs Officer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, he engages many types of media to promote the exciting missions and discoveries at Goddard. He has been instrumental in the promotion of NASA’s only Nobel Prize winner, numerous shuttle astronauts, and scientists, engineers and technicians working missions such as the repair of the Hubble Space Telescope. He coordinates the promotion of NASA education programs that have been developed to inspire our next generation of scientists and engineers.

Roland Wescott Jr. (canteen extra)
Is a Range Safety Specialist at NASA’s Goddard Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. His responsibilities include safety assurance for all operations aboard the facility. “I love every minute of my work and no one day or mission is the same.” In addition to his range safety duties, he works closely with diversity programs and the Equal Opportunity Programs office for the Wallops Flight Facility.




Beth Wilson, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, writer/presenter
Roger D. Launius, Ph.D., script advisor
Margaret A. Weitekamp, Ph.D., script advisor
Etta Heber Chabot Space and Science Center, advisor
Michelle Nichols, Adler Planetarium, advisor
Janice Ziegler Western Reserve Historical Society, advisor

Deborah Blakeley, museum liaison

Additional thanks to the following:



Bill Buzenberg
Steven Dick
Joel Draut
Colin Freeze
Carla Kaplan
David Krasnow
Agatha Lang
David Onkst
Christina Rodriguez
Neil deGrasse Tyson

Bert Ulrich




Raymond Archer
Bill Bell
Hattie Carwell
Kristen Clark
Tom Cole
Tremayne Dillard
Kimberly Dickerson
Steven Fischler
Roz Foster
Herschell Hamilton
Kerry-Ann Hamilton
Wes Harris
Jay Holloway
Andrea Hogans
Robert Mosby
Jim McWilliams
Gordon Patterson
Julieanna Richardson
Brent Ross
Raimond Struble
Tarsia Williams